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After graduating in European History from The University of East Anglia, Philip Kay-Bujak spent ten years in the Royal Anglian Regiment as a TA officer and twenty-three years teaching history and classics in the independent sector. He was a Housemaster at Langley School, Norfolk and Headmaster of Stover School in Devon. An Associate of The Royal Historical Society, he is now retired and is a full-time writer. His previous works include Undefeated (2008), The Bravest Man in The British Army (2018), The Life of Cicero (2023) and Gallia Narbonensis, which details the Roman invasion and occupation of what is now southern France. He lives in East Sussex.